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PBA Protests Promotion Procedures, Municipal Tax Report in Top News This Week

Miss any local news this week? Catch up with the weekly recap!

Heights PBA Members Protest Proposed Police Promotions Procedure

A new set of procedures for granting promotions within the Hasbrouck Heights Police Department was put on hold Tuesday night when a group of PBA members came forward stating that the proposed rules were unfair and that an open discussion was needed.

Municipal Budget May Mean $45 Increase for Average Taxpayer

Preliminary budget presentation given Tuesday night shows spending and tax levy are under 2 percent. Introduction of budget is set for March 26.

Report: Route 17 Heights Area Among Strongest Retail Corridors

Report shows that the Route 17 Rochelle Park - Rutherford (which includes Hasbrouck Heights) has one of the lowest vacancy rates compared to other retail corridors surveyed in North and Central New Jersey.

Photography Business Closes Its Doors in Hasbrouck Heights

Patch asks readers what type of business they would like to see come to the vacant spot on the Boulevard.

Heights Catholic Leader Reacts to Selection of New Pope

Monsignor Lewis Papera of Corpus Christi Church finds Pope Francis' simplicity inspirational.

Euclid Third Graders Get Fit [VIDEO]

Euclid School third graders in the Fit Club got an extra special workout Tuesday as guest instructor EJ Barthel of Explosive Training Systems (ETS) in Teterboro.

Water Damage Could Threaten Woodland Park Fireplace

Engineers have found complications with the old structure as water damage has caused rotting to its interior.

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